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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 13, '09.
Paelllc Stated 5 p.
Honolulu Commandery Reo
ulnr 5 p. m.
All vIsltluK members of the
Order nre cordially Invited to
attend meeting of local lodges
EARJIONY LODOE, Ho. 3, L 0. 0. t
Meets over Jiondaj evening i
f:80 la I. 0. 0. F Hall, Fort Street
E. It. HKNDilY, Secretary
T. D. W1CKU. N. a.
AH vIsItluK brothers very cordlu1l
OAHU LODGE. Mo. 1, K. eJ f
Meets every first and third FN
Ia7 evenlug at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall
ccrnor Fort and Beretanla. Visit! ci
Mothers cordially Invited to attend
F. I.. NUQKNT, C. C.
It. GOSMXO. K. H. S.
HONOLULU LODGE 610, B. F. 0, E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS, n. P. O.
11:8, meets In their 'hall, on Kins
Street, near Tort, every Friday even
ing. Vlsltlns Brothers are cordlalb
Invited to attend.
E. A. DOUTHITT, E. R.
II. C. EASTON, Sec'y.
ZONOLUIU AEBIE 140, F. 0. I.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evening's of each montb al
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, cornel
Beretanla and Fort streets.
VUlllnt Eagles art Invited to al
and W. M. McCOY, W., Prest.
H. T. MOORE. Secy.
Va. M'KINIEY LOBQE Ho.8, X.ofF.
Meets every lad and 4th Saturda)
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. of V.
Hall, cor. Fort and Beretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
F. M. McGREW, C. 0.
E. A. JACOBSEN, K. R. S.
HAWAIIAN TBIBE, No. 1, I. 0. B. M.
Meets ovcry first and third Thurs
days of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially invited to attend.
L. A. PERRY, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, C. of R.
CAV? -. MWM
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
lehnhardt's Candies always
Kinc and Fort Sti.
Oavid A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building Phone 655.
FOB SALE AT ALL BABI
OWL AUTO STAND
i; T. Green, Prop. H. L. White, Met.
Rr Phone 018.
t Hotel St. Ehtienre to BInk.
W V Autos nt All Hotirs.
t Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin' Editorial Uoom Phon 185.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppoillt Hotel St. Frtncli
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
Ingscost $200,000. High clats hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. Oncarllnestrans
f erring allover city. Omnlbusmtelt
all trains and steamers Send for
booklet with map of San Franciseo.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawcts." A B C Code,
No two men are jnit
alike no two initi
should be jut alike.
Yon. want perfeet
fittinp clothinr, don't
Only way b to have
them made for yon.
Qet us to make Uiea
for yon,- because we
We find it easy to-do
No, not when yon
Onr business tnlta
made to your measure
for Twenty-fire Dol
lars are' incomparable.
Our evening clothe
Dressmaker from Faris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made snecialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Forti streets.
8888 8 888388 8 38888
8 ALAMEDA WIRELESS. it'
St The f 'Honing wireless was ro- U
H celvod by the A&enta from 'the 8, 8i
S. Alameda: tt.
Jt "Oct. 12, Alameda. 8 pj,m. 'tt'
8 "All well, fine weather. .1023 8
tt'inlles. Cargo 1950tons,,79 cabim8
8' 23 steerngo, 377, bags mall .and ST
tt Wells Fnrgo Express., I.eltsevon tti
tt and a half fours' lute." ,tt.t
TWENTY-EIGHT passengers and n
general cargoi Including 80 Backs of
tui'-j and 41 packages! of. sundries', ar
rived nt Honolitu this morning from
Kauai ports by the Intcr-lsland steam
er W. a. tjall. Thoisteamermet with
cloudy weut'icr hut smooth't seas In
crossinR the- channel, Tlio Hall Is
rchrritilcd to Hall (injorrow for a re
turn trip to Kauai ports.
THE NEW Sorgeant-at-Anua. on
board the United Statos army trans
port Thomas- is Al. Webor, who,, Is
well known to Honoluluaus. Webber
vns n Kiianl at Hotel Henry on Iwllel
roof prior to his' Joining! the transport
service. This Is hlsillrst tripsin the
vessol as nn official. Ho was around
greeting friends this morning.
THE TOYO KI3EN KAISHA liner
Nippon Maru will 'arrive from Hong
kong and Japan porta on or about noorr
Frldav. October15.! accordlngito the
ralciilallons of her officers, received it
by wireless through tho agency of II.
Hackfeld & Co. Tho Nippon Mnru Is
hrlngiiR several lay-over jiasscngers
nnd linos of geneml'cargo. .
THE UNITED 8TATE8 nrmy trans
rort ThnmnK 'will be dispatched for
Manila via Guam nt-5 o'clock (tomor
row nfternoon nccordltiK to the latest,
f.ihloea -from tho quartermaster de
partment. CABLE ADVICES received int the
port announco the arrival at San Frat
clreo of tho Dutch cruiser Noorbral-ant
and thoi Matson Navigation Btcamer
ftOCAli AND ftEtTCRfl.
tTh;al0 N(ckaJ,acratah Pad f octal.
at h ! I 1 1 n-oMM for five-cents,
Je ene Inch thick, mad up ef two nun-
dMdhsete of goodipaper. 8lK for a
quarter i . , i
Anythlris; new In the (sorting llnet
can find It at "Tho Two Jacks."
Lieut. A. W. Chilton, of the 20th In
fantry, has returned from; tho coast
and was a passenger by the Thomas.
Coat your Iron roots tWitoVAraMo."
You will ba surprjsfd at ,lta loooung
fcnd preierratlvV properties 'California
Feed Co., agenda. i (
Carl F. Ilelntte, a civil engineer and
superintendent of eonRtructlon with
the United States army, has urrived
here by thp Thomas.
Bishop Restarick did not take pas
sage for tho -coast on- the. Canadian
Australian liner Marama as an
nounced. Ha may lcao by.n later vos
.Mr. Meyer of tho Watanac. planta
tion, line uui chased. thoiBelser house
en Klnu street. The transaction jvas,
mauo tnrotign met Hawaiian itcatty
Qencral nnd Mrs. Pershing called on
Governor Frear this morning, being
ncrompanlqd, by. Adjutant .General
Jones of tho National puara and Mark
i'. nomnson. , s
Mr. J oh a McCree.the wife of Major
McCree of .the Artillery cojps, aceonv
panted by her son' ani) daughter, haye
returrcd fijom tlu coast by tho trans
By consont of counsel Judge Robin
son thin mornlrg .ordered that the
hearing of respondent's demurrer tp
tho bill of cpmplalnt In the esse of
Emma M. Sllva ngalnst William I
Welsh, bo continued to October 20.
Judge Robinson. this morning grant
ed the motion of AttoriicytWIIHam T.
Rawlins for an order of distribution
of tho estate of Daniel A. Ray to (ho
heirs, Albert p. Ray, Allen S. Ray,
William D. Ray and Lydla J, Black
burn. E. R. Hendry, administrator of
tho estate, Is discharged an,d his bond
cancelled. 4 0
Mori, the Japaneso who attempted
to assasstnata S. Sheba of the Hawaii
Bhlnpa, has left for Maul to resume
his duties as associate editor of tho
Maul Shlnbun. He Is out omball'wlth
bit bond fixed at $5000 and ,lt Is stated I
liiai up ucuvo iuiii)aiKu win up wuneu
for the collection of funds; to,',bu used
in his defense, on ,the charge that Is
pending against htm.
Boyal Hawaiian Oarage. Phone
191., The; only rjcrste in itown
where yon can get (the celebrated
Locomobilei. Axocnd the Island,;Ha-.
liewo, Leilehna" trips" a spepialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty.
Special; attention given to the mak
ing of gears ad;all parts of, anto
mobile; Qeorge.JBWells. Manager.
During the, past summer Mr. Bonluo
made a great series of the pleasure
sports of 'Walklkl canoeing, racing.
surf-uoardnr.ldlng,' etc. -which are to
bo ochlbltd to the publlq for the, first
time at .the exhibition tot the Outrig
ger Club on the evening of tho 22d.
Jnst. at the Boplne The,alie. CqiisUI-
erauieirouDK ant xpens wcro,pne
toiin outaining.il ese.oxoepucmtii pic
tures. ,hlcb ,ai ,s3liL.tJ..'Jc.,far the
(estoer akcn nnl nj ilpujit will
prove argreat' treat in ibo. line of
native .'sporUi "'.
Mother Judith, the Superior of the
local branch '-of ,tha Order of the
Sacred Heart, la very 111 and Is re
ported tq bo sinking. She has been
111 for some time, but .was considered
to be improving until this morning,
whpn the tlirn'tor the 'worse come.
,f. JC Andrews. n;,well known sugnr
planter of these Islands, Is at present
In rhsr?p .of, nn psljito some elchti
I miles, from ,Fpnce,Cl,oj-to.,Rlco. bo
cano irom nis pianiaiion is groupu
at tbo.mlll of whlch'Patrtck'McLalu Is
Ono tl)ousand and one dollars were'
paid by gamblers Into the county
treasury last -month, according ,to the
roportof the sheriff's office. The noxt
best offeDae,,asfar,as,flnances,of tho
county are concerned, was assault and
patter)' ; mat orousnt-in ,jsb (Hiring
lho-,month. Violations of the liquor
law" cost tho offenders 1305.50. while
drunks wero assessed 1219.80. Tno.
total' Inqpme tp.Uio. county from fines'
nna costs axnuumeu to sdjs.jv, ui
thlssum, the district of Honolulu con-
triuutea fzuuzjiu, inouisinci or i-.wa
$353. the district ot,Koolauloa99.'the
district .of Walalua $93.80; thej district
of Waianae,$8, and Jite district of Koo
- The tiew-Wels cllp.ls tho.best. thing
of Its kind ever made. When you see
It, J on will Instantly recognizo that.lt
Is just the clip you want Sold by Ha
waiian rJs'e'ws . Company. ,
Mattings that nro different from the
usual.. run can ,bo seen at Lcwers &
CoqkeBhthls week, Theso mattings
aro n9WCffects .designed by tlie best
Oriental artists and -the patterns .are
hoautlfpl .and .striking. ,
1 Few rloh men have Inhcrltodimoney.
ICwftslho small, savings that laid tho
foundations of their fortunes. Tho
best way to save Is by opening a Bav
ins account with tho Bank of Hawaii,
Ltd. and depositing each month all
IlQW often. becauso of fading aro wo
compelled to put aside some favorjto.
garment. The F. Thomas Dyeing and
Clearing Works of San,Kranolsco,,of
Wllch the F,rench!,Laimdry 258 Bore
lupin afreet., telephone 1491, Is the
agent, will make theso garments look
City Transfer Go.
Jasu H. oye
Governor Thinks Thatj
Governor Frear believes that It
would be n good Idea to prcpnro a
rather elaborate tcceptlon for the IM-
clllq Floet when It' retmus frim its
pracucv cruise to tno i'iiiiiipiiies. ino
Governor stated this morning that In
view oi, tnq,ract mat luitningatk none rqi;ui,cnipioyoiain tne auniiiiig ucpnri
In this, connection during tlio visit, of 'ment an) under Auditor Klulier lini
the.fleet.autw.iiil bouu.l that It would handled, much. of tho linuortant audit
certainly bonpproprlnlo ujion its yu-
turn, , ( Tho fiayernor lias not yet dctcp
Tho question of finances will havo mined uppn n,sicccsnor to the (olliini;
to be considered and it Is believed tint deputy auditor. Ho stilted this morn
tho balance of the Congressional Party Ing In response IA n question that he
appropriation' of $20,000 can" bo used believed that the npnlutliis poui-r
for the purpose, the appropriation slip- rested, with himself nnd not with Ami
uldtlrg that Jt Is to bji applied towuia lt,or Usher. ,
tne expenses oi cntoriaiiuug "uutin-
gtllvhed visitors" to tho Terrltoiy.
Just what the balance will bo hnH
not been calculated but It Is hoped
that.lt will bo sufficient to meet tho
expenses of tho fleet entertainment.
Argument began this morning I"
the,$l0,Uii0 damage suit biought by
Lon Kee, hgntnst E.,0. While, tho
complainant being the father of the
outh who was killed in n collision
between. White's automobile and n
bicycle ,on the handle bats of which
tho unfortunate boy was riding.
Attorney ., A. Douthltt opened
the. argument nnd declared, that
White was guilty of negligence nnd
should be held lesponslblo for tho
tho. men wero winded by tho fall, bjit
Keeper Snyder of tlio .Bronx Zoo In tho wiry otllcer altick namely to liU
Now York, hns his' right arm In a man. ,
sling. Ho was trying to feed a croc-1 Tho other two Japanese got away
odllc, with the aid of a crowbar, when clear, but twelve prisoners were land
the animal snappod his hand, , cd safely In the police, station. Tho
' Miss Marlon A. McBrldo, newspaper niliU .were not long In custody ns they
writer, worker In domestic sclcnce.nnil. nl1 Procured ball In tho sum of $2
. . . .. Ani.
an organizer oi many associations oi.
women, died In Boston.
A campaign has been started In
Washington, D. C, in defense of tho
rooster, which was ordered banished
br 'ilnl 1!"T. rf"y
In n .collision of street cars, heavily
loaded, on the way back to Now York
fromjhe Mardl Gras.nt Coney Island,
twelve iejsons wero Injured. j
185 editorial rooms 350 oual-
neaa offlcs. Thtsa are thO'telsphen
numhera ef 1h Bulletin offtoa., ,,
Ji-ij i4iuTi .r, i n i
n $ $t $$ $$ n $$ $$ a $j t: tt 8 titt a m
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DATE.
If, P. Baldwin, donation
Bequest of C. M. Cooko ,
Needed 'to complete fund -,
Geo. Tl. Cnrter .
R. H. Thent .;
J. P. Cooko ...
Geo. F, Davlea
F. C. Alhcrton .
Geo. II. Angus
A.- I Castlo
W .1 Uiwrey
W. T. Schmidt
Hustlers, J, C, Anderson
Hustlers, C. J, llunn
Total. for socond day
Total for first day ...
8888888 8.8 8888888888tt88888 8 8 8888 8 88 8
Dntvine i and 'Exoreuine
Wood and Coal Phone S8B
O. W. McDougtll, Pn)pi '
' MYERS RESIGNS
Will' Cease Ins Duties
rloxirtlnr Krni- linn nrr.fiitpri llio
roslgnallon of H. C. Meyers, deputy"" 0,lltr- II0111 '!' ca"y t1"" amf
n'idltor of tha Territory, and Mojcr'H
duties In tho government servir'o will
ccsso qp, ino i.mi uny oi mo iiioniu.
Meyers haa woq'ii reputation as nn ef-
ng lui'slncss of the Territory. ,,
EXCITING BAID ON
'Continued from f ass U
ho could Klvo the nlarm.
A bnmll window led Into thu room
and Ajintia took a header Into thn
npartinent and, called on tho men to
surrender. Ihero wero fourteen Jn
nneso In the room, nnil u mini of inonov
'was, on a table. Thu nsii'il gamhllp;;
paraphernalia was In n Monro-, mid
the, gathering linike up In-dlrnrdrr
when thu Chlnuro sleuth put li nn up-
Apanu gave Ibo Blgnal to Ibo rest
of the, poll co ofllcerri and Kollutt took
up his statin near tne door, .riirce or
tho nllcged'T-ll" artists inada n.dlvp
for tho window, but Apana grnbhtxl
one of them and thu prisoner nn I bin
cer went flying through tho nperturo
on to the roof of tho cook-house which
was Immediately beneath.
Apana and his man tolled down tho
Inclined root and finally went oyer
I the edge to tho group 1 below. Both
" . ..... ., . ,
The .um of 18-7K wns Balliered In
,,' T...-. ,.... .i.i . i. ,.k.
,, n ' , ,h, , ,,, lhn Urnpa, V...,
Xho ' ,, llt,mw n nv,,once
fr .WllntcT Most times tt.o garni..
lers nro careful not to have money In
' sight In case a raid Bhouhl be made.
I Tho,pollco consider thnt they havo
a dead open and shut case. against tho
dozen men they arrested this morning.
land tho Japaneso will havo to face
Judge Andrade tomorrow morning.
Cnll and sea Mlko Baton at tho En
core. ii i i. j ,, i .
$$ :t tt w n n w :: tt a :: tt i: u
DO 000 09
, $ 13 328 00
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of-Ntiuanu Stream
The W. W. Ahana
62 So. King St, ' No Brandies,
WM'nmrriwanassaii sisshisih sen ssssaaiaiii iiiiafisssi mrm i 1 nisi 1sst i si 1misssssasssnasssnn
,:' S IHi S hd n J irn &
i . . -. :r-r- i -rrr-r- v
) IN FOnriON PORTS I I ARHIVED
Wednesday, October 13.
1'OltT TOWNBEND Atilted Oct. 12:
Hehr. lloluiif, hince, Sept. 27,
YOKOHAMA An lVJd Oct. 11!
H. S. Asia, henco Sept. 3-1.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Oct. 12:
!. 8. Siberia, fur Honolulu.
SAUNA CRUZ Arrived Oct. 13:
3. 8. Ainoilcn Mam, henco Sept. 2(5.
Wlltr.f.liSS Si S. Nippon Maru. fioni
Yoltnhtinin en loule tJ Sn,n Fian
clsco, will nrrlvo nbout noon, Fri
day, I .'tli.
AN lNTEIUTlNG snlllng raco bo
tween tho sister shlpt, tho b.iikcnllnc&
Kokn Hbnd and Lnhalna, fiom Van
comer to Hyd.iej, Australia, will bigm
eiiiij- next lmmih. Thu vessels nre
pnw loading it'iiilicr nL Ibo ll.ifctliiK'
i,ill nnd wi I lomplctu their ceigook
nnd "et nwny within n few duyt. i f
jmqunt of cargo ro tint tho condition
of tho t,aco will bq nioro cqt'A "1!Uv
is tiKituuy tno caeo in n ci.iim.ki m
twot'n two snlllng vessels. "Ilnd
Itolph & Co . of this city, aro ll:o otvu
crs of the two rairlors. Tho cnitiiln
havo, wugcicd tho flnrst dinner thai
Sydney caii,n(roi;d.,on llo result of the
pusbiige. The Kokn Head w:ia li.illt In
JS08 nt Oakland, .nnd her uisUr sill
nt the snino jnr.l tjio piovlons yKir.
CAPTAIN CIIAUI.ES I'OTTi:il, one
of tho be:t known njvlgatoiH In thi
liaile between thu ll.iwnllr.u Island)
mil thin port, died Thursday nl:-!ht m
Ms homo In Alunieila. Ilu was 7L
jours ol I, nllhoiigh IiIh fiiemb whr
knew of tho attlve life ho le:l Ihimglu
thnt he wan not nioro than CO. Caplnll
I-otter was n down caster of tho tilt
school, mill .came hero in tho eirlj
eighties In tho fuik Ferris S. Thoini
Min. lie spent most of his time on 111'1
1'jrMe In the servlco or J. I). Hprcrk
els a. Co, licliif, cmiiinrini!';i of tin.
h.uk Aldon lliTBe mil ll.o rt.itk link
mltno Coionailo in which ho ne,:ultal
ed man.W sninr passjgen bctwi-cu Sun
Fruuclsco nnd the IsLtuda. Chron'.cii
FIVE THOUSAND sicUs of Hutch
Inscn Mill sitqnr hau arrived here by
the steamer Iwnlani, which vessel
came In from Hawaii potts this morn
Ing. Tho Ivvnlanl brought no pisaoiv
gers. Other lines of c:iro InrluleA
Fundi les and thlrty-flvo lie.nl of I'nrk
cr Ilnnch entile on deck.
1'UOM T1IIC COAST comoj. nssur
unco ,tiat thy steamor I'lolnpVi, which
lias been unncr cnaitci- uy tuu Allien-can-Hnwnlliin
Line In tho l'ime
Soiind-IInwatlau ten Ice, has been re
tained for nnother year. Sho vll con
tlnno to operate until October 11110.
THE lNTEIMSLANII ste-imcr. Iwa
IAnlNvvlilcli nrilved fiom Hv.vall pints
wna shlftud aluug&jdo.lho Matson Nnv,
Igatlpn hilk' Mplitgun th(n nmrr.lns
Tho Iwulnnl Is dlcchnigtns bur chip
ment of sugar.
THK JAPANF.SC lli'nr Tonyn Mam
Is rciortcd to have sailed Irom San
Francisco bound for tho Far Kast js
terday. Tlio versol brings a nuinbc
of layover passengers destined for Ho
AMONO THE wlnJJaniniors topnrt
cd aa lntvlii!? sallod from San Fran
cIeco bpund,for lltinolitlit Is tlo lnrk.
entlnq.S. O. Wilder, Tho vessel do
patted from that pott nn October 10.
THF. RTKAMKU Heleuo Is reported
to linvo sallod from San Francisco
bound fpr Honolulu on October 12. Tho
vefBol wcnl to tho coast for rapalrB.
THH AMKHICAN-IIAWAIIAN com
pnny'H freighter Mltsourlan, from Illlp
with bitgnr. Is leimrted to linvo (ir
lived nt Snllnii Ciuz on October 10.
Tlin MATSON Nitfigallon stramor
I.urlino arrived ntSnn FrnnclECO yes-
tordy i.cCjOrdlnt: to mlvlces iccelveit
111 IIIO )(Ml.
Buford, from Honolulu for San Fran
cisco, Oct. fl.
Blx, at Manila.
I.ogan, at Manila.
Thomas, from San-Finnclsco, nt Hono
lulu. Shotldnn, front Manila, for Seattle, ar
rived. Sopt. 15.
Malls' nro duo nt Honolulu from
points as follows;
San Francisco Pi r Alameda, Oct. 15
Yokohama Per .Nippon Mnru, Oct. 10,
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Oct. 15.
Colonics Per Makura, Nov. 9.
Malls will deptrt for tho following
points ns follows:
Mania Per II. 8. A. T. Thomas, Oct.
Ban Fianclfco Per Nippon Mnru
Yokohama Per Tonyn Mm it, Oct. 19.
Vunonuvpr Per Mnramn,, today,
Colonics Per Aorangl, Oct. 15,
KON TET GOES FREE.
Knn Tot, ii Ghlnore, wns nlloed to
havo (lied revolver shots through the
celling of bis habitation inuqli to tlio
terior'nud discomfiture of n neighbor
residing upstalrS. Tho case cnniu l;e-
tn n 1 1 n. Dnllnn tTfMiit (lilo inniinltirT lint-
following oxnlnnallnus from Kon
bo wns granted n suspended scutonce
of tlilttecn months duiallon.
r r r : S)
Wednesday, Oclnber 13.
Stmr, Iwnlnnl, fium llau.ill pints.
Nopass. Sugai- mid general cjlgo,
Stmr. W. tl. Hall, from ICnu.il ports;
18 pasbnngurs, general, cargo.
U. H, A. T. Tlii.iiiUB,'l.)iniin, 7 il.ijn
(rom Han Kranclfro; 47 passengers,
i -r -A
Woilnesday, October 13,
Rliur. MKollko. for llcinolt.ia, at
noon; gcncriil cargo.
j 8AILJNQ TOMORROW
' U. S. A. T. Tboin.iH, for Ma'nlla l'a
lluain, u p. in,
QAIL THURSDAY .
l ... i
S P. 111.
W. G. Hull for Knual polls,
Stmr. Clnudlne, for Maul nnd Kauai
poil.ii, Ii p. ni.
Sttnr. Alautin Im for Maul nnd Ha
waii i ortf, Kulia mid ICnii, noun,
j 8AIL SATURDAY j
T. K. K, S. S. Nippon Mnru, Tor San
rnnclkui p. in.; paaii nnd in'ills.
C.-A. S. S. Aorimgl, for Brisbane nnd
Sydney Vl.l Suva, p. m. paiu. mid
DUE THURSDAY f"
Clan. line, from Maul ports,
DUE FRIDAY. f
P. If. If. H H K'lmuin Mo... f...
-i.--. - -. . ...j.,.-... .....,. ,ii, -ii
Chili nnd Japan poits, p. in.; pw. and
O. S. a. Alatnodiii from San Fran.
cltco; paan. nnd in.ills: etito r.nou.
DUE SATURDAY "
C; A. 54. .?. Annuml. from Victoria.
a in.: pars, nnd in-illn.
Stmr. Manna Kpa. fiom Hawaii and
Maul pints, :i, in.
HAWAII KEY TO S1TUA-
TI01T. SAYS PEBSH1N0
(Contintcd from 2?ae 11
Commercial Club nt luncheon nt noon
General Pershing Is passing throujli
Honolulu oy tho transport Thonius. He
Is en route, to ltla tild etamplpR.gioiinil
In Mlii'lnuno. Hi) has boun nbsent
limn tho Philippine field or cn-lcavnr
for sover.il .ve.tis, Ho goes back to
"America's Farlhercrt Outpoat" much
renewed In health nnd slronslh.
Oeiieral Ptrrhlng told tho assembled
niPtubcia of tho Commercial Club that
ho was llollghtc.i nt tho trcontloii
v.hlch had always been necotded him
on encli at Ills vUlla nt Hnnnliilii.
Tills Is tho fourth tlmo that (lenernl
Peishlng Ina passed th)ougi this clly
In truvollng between Ltation In tho
Philippines and tlio United States.
Oener.il Pershing oMiiratcl much
piensuro of meeting his old cumrailo,
Oenoral Davla. fhey wero both on tho
itaff of General Miles In tho stirring
d.ijs of Indian campaigning.
I nni glad to return to my com
mand In Mindanao," declared tlio G n
ernl In his brief nddress before Hono
lulu business men. "This la tho sceno
of my foimor work."
Mindanao Is ono of tho largest In
lands )n tho Phlllpplno gioup, Tho ilc
f.mtiuent of Mlndatino also hns Jiiitn
ilellini ovar tho utitlro Sulu nrchlpc).
ago, which Is moro or lesa coullnmlly
infested with armed ladioue.s and tho .
teas fcwnrin with idrntlcal mid fanat
In speaking of thu relatlvo linpirt
iinro uf Han all, Gen Pcrshlns slated
his belief tii.lt llnwull w,is nil Import
ant to thu United Stutes ns n uieati3 of
ilcfenso. As long ns wu bold theso
niicl-PncldOilsInnds mid make, them n
grc it naval and n, military b.uo wu
khfliild uavo nothlpg to fear from tho
1'ucro.vchiueiita of another power.
"Should wo not hohl cur linulir
posscrjslons our losltlun In thu Paclflo
might ho considurqJ. nii prevarious In
deed." General PeiKhlng w.an presented by
Gcnornl DuvIh, vvIiii declared Unit ho
ifjolccd to iccommeud ills otd ft lend
"Jack Pershing" as n gcncial olllcer
General Pavls' remarks wpio alonr;
nn umpi.iclly happy vein and bo hoped.
that nt soino pot very dlBtaut futiiio
General Pcishlug might ho Induced to
remain In Hawaii.
A happy iiddiuss of welcome was
iiIbii nuido by Prcdldcpt IMwIu C.
Binwu of tho Cpntmot'clal Club. '
Pripr.to I.e. k'pierhm iking a tempt
ing menu win) rrtrved
GRAFT IN OLD
. DAYSJN HAWAII
Gi.ift timoug tho police olllceiu of
Hawaii Is not exactly unusual, nc
(.Hiding to n Ktatijuient made by
Aushtunt I'nlted Stntea Attorney W.
T. Hi.wllns, Jn 1903 wlieii Hnwllna
viu (i deputy iittoiney general It foil
to bla lot to he bant to Ibo big Is
land to Investigate n, number , n
charges that had been made, ugnlnst
nicmbers of thu police forte for tha
collodion of fictitious licensed fees
nnd tlio iLtalnlng of tho amount col
lected for their own tiss.
Hawllna' Investigations boro nut
tho charges. Just ns did tho work of
t.-II1'1""30 Connnleiloner Affonsn,
'Proiecutlons followed nnd Eovcial
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